U.S. Supreme Court justices signaled they will narrow an anti-retaliation provision in the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial law, hearing arguments in a case that could insulate publicly traded companies from some whistle-blower lawsuits.
The mortgage industry is panicking over a provision in the Senate tax bill that some analysts and trade groups say may drive small lenders out of the business.
Senate Republicans are discussing adding provisions to their tax bill that could trigger up to $350 billion in automatic tax increases over 10 years beginning in 2022, according to two people briefed by congressional staff members on the plan.
Doing away with advance refundings would eliminate a crucial tool that’s saved governments tens of billions since interest rates tumbled after last decade’s recession.
Online sales across Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday in 2017 blew away previous years’ revenues for the same period. That’s good news for American businesses, and an important wakeup call for accountants and other professional service firms.
Major companies including Cisco Systems Inc., Pfizer Inc. and Coca-Cola Co. say they’ll turn over most gains from proposed corporate tax cuts to their shareholders, undercutting President Donald Trump’s promise that his plan will create jobs and boost wages for the middle class.
The firm sponsored the Lake Luzerne, New York organization that holds programs for children with life-threatening illnesses
The Financial Accounting Standards Board decided during a meeting Wednesday to ease some of the implementation burdens and possible costs of the new lease accounting standard by making several adjustments and offering some practical expedients.
The American Institute of CPAs has almost finished the process of providing accounting guidance on industry-specific issues related to the new revenue recognition standard.
Coinbase Inc. lost a bid to block an Internal Revenue Service investigation into whether some of the company’s customers haven’t reported their cryptocurrency gains.